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Brantingham Short And Steep
Summary
Walk Name
Brantingham Short and Steep
Ref
C13
Follow this 'figure of eight' route to explore a typical English estate village.
Details
Circular Walk
Yes
Grade
Moderate
Walk Type
  • Nature Trail and Country Park Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
293
Car Parking Facility
village hall at discretion of council and permission for large groups. Road side available
Refreshments
Shop in Brantingham - Check opening times before setting off
Public Conveniences
The Square and Cliff Road, both in Hessle - check opening times before setting off
Distance
Distance (Miles)
1
Distance (Kilometres)
1.6
Description
  • You can either follow the route shown on the map, or carry on up wooded Brantingham Dale beyond All Saints Church.  Another option is to take an extended walk up Spout Hill, an interesting old 'green lane'.
  • For the route on the map, turn left out of the village hall car park to the pond.  Walk right, along Burrill Lane, and then take Dale Road to the church.  (Have a look at the small plaque over the door on Church Cottage - a relic from darker days.)
  • Go through the kissing gate and climb the hill through the pasture to Spout Hill.
  • Walk down the road, bearing left to arrive back at the start.
Map(s)
Location
Start Point
Brantingham Village Hall, HU15 1QG
End Point
Brantingham Village Hall, HU15 1QG
Towns & Villages
Brantingham, Brough, Elloughton, Melton and Welton
ParishBrantingham
Start Easting
494,043.00
Start Northing
429,534.00
End Easting
494,043.00
End Northing
429.534.00
Further Information
Features of Interest
-  Brantingham village has a church set in a sylvan glade, a village green, a duckpond, a grandiose war memorial, a pub, a large house and pretty cottages.   
 
-  All Saints Church was rebuilt in 1872 (except for its medieval tower).  Roman remains have been found there, including one of the mosaic floors that is on display in the archaeological museum in Hull. 
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
 
-  contains some steep slopes. 
 
-  contains kissing gates and hand gates but no stiles. 
 
-  crosses at least one road. 
Additional Information
You are advised to confirm opening times and availability of pubs, shops and public toilets before setting off in case of recent changes.